Cutting Code: Software and Sociality

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Peter Lang, Jan 1, 2006 - Computers - 215 pages
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Software has often been left in the margins of accounts of digital cultures and network societies. Although software is everywhere, it is hard to say what it actually is. Cutting Code: Software and Sociality is one of the first books to treat softw

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Softwarily
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Expression and execution in software
21
Sequence and convolution
43
Copyright

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The Author: Adrian Mackenzie researches and teaches in the Institute for Cultural Research, Lancaster University. He has degrees in science and philosophy, and received his Ph.D in philosophy from Sydney University. In addition to professional experience as a software developer, he is author of Transductions: Bodies and Machines at Speed (2002), and numerous scholarly articles.

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